Joel Rea’s latest print titled, “Moment of Truth” is available for purchase via Lethbridge Gallery. It is a 500 x 500mm Giclee, signed/numbered edition of 100, and cost $295. Awesome image. For purchasing inquiries email HERE.
Tim Doyle will be having a giveaway this week where if you order $50 or more worth of products (one item has to be a poster), you get “Ultimate Free Lunch” for free! It is a 24″ x 36″ 3-color Screenprint and is a signed/numbered edition of 100. They are also going to randomly insert 10 of these prints on metallic silver paper into outgoing orders. Very cool. Only the orders (of $50 or more) from Tuesday, July 31st at 2pm Central (12pm PDT) onward will receive this print, until supplies run out HERE.
At the same time HERE Tim will have “Don’t Let Me Break You”, a print created for Gallery Nucleus’ “ALL TOGETHER NOW” Beatles-inspired art show, that just closed last weekend. It is an 18″ x 24″ 5-color Screenprint with metallic inks, signed/numbered edition of 150. There is a black and white variant with an edition of 30 that will be available as well. Limited quantities!
An finally, Tim will have limited copies (regular and GID) of his “Yo Gabba Gabba” prints he had available that this years SDCC. Busy day for Tim! All prints will be available Tuesday, July 31st at 2pm Central (12pm PDT) HERE.
Thinkspace is pleased to present Dirty Laundry, an exhibition of new work by painters Brett Amory and Adam Caldwell. Amory and Caldwell each mobilize their unique representational strategies to invoke the modern day disconnect between time and space, self and other, and present and past. Amory’s atmospheric preoccupation with memory, the moment, and nostalgia, is dynamically in contrast to Caldwell’s abrupt composites and recombinations of imagery, from sources spanning mass media to antiquity. Both artists approach their medium as a means of problematizing temporal identity, and the social experience, by exposing the nitty gritty polarities and paradigm shifts of an increasingly fractured reality of the self. Opening Saturday, August 4 at 5:00pm – 9:00pm
Last Call: Amazing works still available
Cory Norris is a tattoo artist who also does some pretty incredible paintings. Much of his painting output thus far have consisted of interesting animal/human portraits in which each one is visibly holding a paint brush. Curious to think what is the message behind this. Perhaps these represent the moods and personalities of the artist himself. Nevertheless, viewing all these images together is very arresting and engaging.
Prints of these images are available for purchase HERE.
Martin Whatson’s latest stunner of a print, “Eternal Reflection” will finally be available soon. I’ve been waiting for this print for what seems like forever now, and looks like it’ll be just another week before any of us can have a chance at these beauties. So Behold!, “Eternal Reflection” by Martin Whatson. 4 colorways available. No full details yet, just wanted to share this pic of the prints that he posted up on his Facebook page. Stay tuned…
On August 31st, Paleface will be playing at Arnold’s in support of his album One Big Party. For this, Keith Neltner was comissionsed to create their first official gig poster. Pretty cool! It is a 15″ x 22″ 5-color Screenprint, signed/numbered edition of 75, and cost $25.
Available for pre-order on Tuesday, July 31st at 10am HERE.